Actor, Stuntman, Fight Choreographer, and much much more. James Lew has been the go to bad guy for years. From They Call Me Bruce to Avengers Endgame James has done it all. Sit back as we discuss his career. He was thrown off things, blown up, shot, stabbed, beaten, you name it. But he got the last laugh by being apart of the Highest Grossing Film of all time. Sit back and enjoy. When your done listening go over and subscribe to James' YouTube Channel HERE!
Acclaimed director Ryuhei Kitamura stops by to talk about his upcoming film The Doorman. He also takes a trip down memory lane and talks about Midnight Meat Train, Versus, and of course Godzilla: Final Wars. Action sequences, horror, working with MMA Fighters, and the greatest version of The Gigan on film is all covered. Ryuhei is a great director, and a great guy who really loves his fans. Sit back and enjoy
Since the collaboration between Marvel and Netflix came to an end, fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of some of their favorite Marvel characters. First up are the somewhat lesser-known heroes Luke Cage and Iron Fist, both of whom Marvel will be able to reboot in just a month's time.
Netflix pulled the plug on both shows back in October 2018, and while the rights to both characters have now reverted to Marvel, allegedly there were contractual obligations between themselves and the streaming giant that meant the characters could not be revisited for a certain amount of time. Well, that time for Luke Cage and Iron Fist is now nearly up.
Marvel will have to wait a little longer however before rebooting occasional pal of The Defenders, The Punisher, with the agreement between the streaming giant and the comic book company expiring in a year's time. Actor Royce Johnson, who plays Detective Sergeant Brett Mahoney in both The Punisher and Daredevil, discussed the alleged clause in the contract last year saying, "I mean, talking to [Marvel TV president] Jeph Loeb, I read that the memo had said, 'To be continued'. There is a clause that I heard through rumor that we have to wait 18 months, up to two years."
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The legendary Simon Rhee stops by to discuss many many things. First of all The upcoming Ruby Rose film The Doorman that he was the stunt coordinator on, all the way back to his role as Dae Han in Best of the Best 1 & 2. From doing stunts in the early days of PM Entertainment to his current days during Marvel and DC films, Simon has done it all. A fantastic martial artist and a first class gentleman. Sit back and enjoy, then go order The Doorman!
“Doom Patrol” is getting a third season and a permanent move to HBO Max.
The DC Comics series, which, depending on the season, has either been wholly exclusive to DC Universe or shared with HBO Max, will now be an exclusive Max Original for its junior season. The announcement was made as part of the second day of DC Fandome on Saturday
“On behalf of the wonderful cast, writers and crew, we are thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to return to Doom Manor. And we are especially thankful for our partners at Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television, DC Universe and, of course, HBO Max,” said “Doom Patrol” executive producer Jeremy Carver.
The DC Universe series features original “Doom Patrol” characters Larry Trainor/Negative Man (Matt Bomer), Cliff Steele/Robotman (Brendan Fraser), Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby) and The Chief (Timothy Dalton), joined by Crazy Jane (Guerrero) from Morrison’s run, and Victor Stone/Cyborg (Joivan Wade). Dorothy Spinner (Abigail Shapiro) joined the show for Season 2.
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It will be a little longer before Candyman can haunt a new generation of audiences. Universal and MGM have pushed back the horror film from Oct. 16 to some time in 2021. While the coronavirus pandemic has seen a number of films bypass theaters, MGM, Universal and the filmmakers behind Candyman are committed to a theatrical release for the movie, with a new date expected in the coming weeks.
The news of the shift comes after Christopher Nolan's Tenet released into a U.S. theatrical market, where many multiplexes are still closed across the nation due to the pandemic.
Candyman hails from filmmaker Nia DaCosta, who since completing the film has signed on to direct Captain Marvel 2 for Marvel Studios. DaCosta co-wrote the script with Jordan Peele and Win Rosenfeld, whose Monkeypaw Productions is producing. The film stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Colman Domingo and Vanessa Williams. It takes place in the now-gentrified area surrounding Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing projects, where in the original 1992 film a grad student was investigating an urban legend about a hook-handed killer.
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Wonder Woman 1984 is delaying its release again, this time from Oct. 2 to Dec. 25 as the U.S. box office struggles to recover amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
The shift doesn't impact the Dec. 18 date for Denis Villeneuve's Dune, which Warner Bros. is releasing on behalf of Legendary.
Wonder Woman's delay is a major blow for theater owners, since there now won't be a new Hollywood tentpole hitting the big screen until November.
Warner insiders say they reached the decision amid the ongoing uncertainty as to when cinemas in such major markets such as New York City and Los Angeles will reopen. As of now, about 35 percent of the domestic marketplace remains dark in terms of moviegoing.
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Sidney Prescott is back! Neve Campbell confirmed via Instagram on Thursday that she will be returning to the horror film franchise for Scream 5.
"Hello again, Sidney… #ImBack @ScreamMovies," she captioned a gif of the iconic villain's mask.
Campbell also added in a statement, "I am beyond excited to step back into the role of Sidney Prescott and return to Woodsboro."
Not only will Scream 5 have its leading lady but Dewey Riley (David Arquette) and Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) are returning for the upcoming installment. Jack Quaid, Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega have also been confirmed to join the cast.
Scream 5 is not set to hit theaters until Jan. 14, 2022.
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Ever since the Fast and the Furious franchise transformed from a scrappy drag racing saga to a series of set pieces that spit directly in Isaac Newton’s nerd-ass face, it was pretty much a given we’d eventually head to outer space. We’re basically living through a second Space Race between Vin Diesel and Tom Cruise and folks, it looks like the fambly has won once again. Appearing on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, franchise star Michelle Rodriguez confirmed that next year’s F9 is leaving Earth’s atmosphere.
Here’s what the actress said, responding to rumors sparked by co-star Ludacris a few months ago.
“Oh, no way. How did you guys find that out? See what happens? People start talking behind the scenes, man. When a movie doesn’t come out and forget about it, things get out. Nobody was supposed to know that…Oh, well, no, I’m not, I’m not, I’m not lucky enough to hit space, but we did get a female writer and showed a lot of love, I think, on this one. Thanks to…Justin Lin. We were able to, to find a little bit more attention and love for the girls in the movie. And so I’m really hopeful that that, that shows through in the final product.
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Horror fans, specifically lovers of Jason Voorhees, have been given a new way to celebrate four decades of the franchise. Fathom Events is heading back to Camp Crystal Lake to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of one of the most influential horror movies of all time, the original Friday the 13th. In October, moviegoers can experience a newly remastered version of the original slasher that started it all. The Friday the 13th 40th Anniversary event will be making its way to movie theaters across the U.S. for a two-night engagement.
Friday the 13th, in its newly restored version, will play on both Sunday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 7. Showings will be at 7 p.m. local time on both dates. In addition to watching the movie on the big screen, attendees will view a special bonus, Secrets Galore Behind the Gore: Friday the 13th. It features legendary special-effects and makeup artist Tom Savini (Friday the 13th, Dawn of the Dead) as he details some of the groundbreaking, gory, and great moments of the 1980 slasher classic.
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